Manga publishing company Hakusensha’s Young Animal magazine has uncovered that Kentarou Miura‘s Berserk manga will have another part in the magazine’s seventeenth issue on August 23. The new part will have a shading opening page.
Miura propelled the manga in 1989, and Hakusensha discharged the manga’s 40th aggregated book volume last September. Dark Horse Comics will discharge the 40th volume in English in October.
“Berserk is a Japanese manga arrangement composed and outlined by Kentaro Miura. The story is set in a medieval Europe-enlivened dim dreamland, the story fixates on the characters of Guts, a solitary soldier of fortune, and Griffith, the pioneer of a hired soldier band called the “Band of the Hawk”. Topics of segregation, brotherhood, and the subject of whether humankind is on a very basic level great or underhandedness overrun the story, as it investigates both the best and most noticeably awful of human instinct.“
Starting in July 2015, the manga has sold 27 million volumes in Japan and 8 million overseas. As of January 2016, revealed 40 million volumes have been sold worldwide. In September 2018, it was accounted for that Berserk is distributer Dark Horse Comics’ top of the line result ever with more than 2 million duplicates sold. This implies Berserk beats all other Dark Horse comic and manga arrangement, making it an immense success. Berserk’s manga volumes have topped Japanese manga outlines, with volume 40 appearing as the top of the line manga for the seven day stretch of its discharge.